The Corporate Uniform Guide.

The Corporate Uniform Guide.

Corporate workplaces of today need to reinterpret what a uniform should be by offering a signature ‘uniform wardrobe’ that staff can make their own. By dressing your staff in a sophisticated corporate uniform, you will help to reinforce a proud corporate culture for your company.

The elements we consider integral when choosing apparel for your corporate staff are:

Modern Design

A modern corporate uniform doesn't need to exist in its literal sense, meaning the same or identical. Rather the modern corporate look has evolved to become a suite of options which work together to form a cohesive look.

Utilise your designer by a style selector to mix a range of pieces that are in line with your brand identity or Shop the Job for inspiration by role.

Shirts with a purpose.

Keep your corporate look professional yet approachable with shirts that work for your staff. Check and stripe shirts are a modern take on classic cuts. They can be worn buttoned & accessorised with a sleek skinny tie, styled back with a relaxed rolled sleeve or you can combine a polo shirt and a pair of chinos for a new-age corporate look.


Modern corporate uniforms should incorporate a range of streamlined looks to ensure that all-important corporate uniformity and consistency. Yet the diversity within the selection should also allow for individual expression within your cultural parameters and staff roles.

Business role diversity in a corporate world sees staff working from the office, car, at B2B events and around the globe. Their uniform needs to allow for this diversity by finding the perfect balance between corporate chic and fitting in with today’s more casual culture.

Design Originality

Get inspired by the classics while incorporating contemporary elements like visible double stitching on hospitality focused aprons. Use the softest yet most durable fabrics for t-shirts and contrasting cuffs & European style buttons on shirts. All your uniforms can be designed for work with features like hidden zips for embroidery access, extra length for comfort when reaching and stretch in key places. 


Uniforms should be branded with your business' identity to enhance your staff look. In no other sector is a brand logo more important than in the fast-paced and stakeholder driven business world. Your board, investors or shareholders expect to see your brand instantly amongst the pack.

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